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Report Shows More School Districts Falling Short of Targets

Report Shows More School Districts Falling Short of Targets

A new report says more Iowa schools and districts are falling short of annual targets set through the No Child Left Behind Law. Under the law, public school districts and public schools must report the academic progress of all students in grades three through eight, as well as eleventh grade. The report released Thursday says


HS Football: Week 2 Recap

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Week two of the high school football season saw five of the twelve KMCH Sports area coverage teams earn victories. Here is a summary of the contests and a look at week three games this coming Friday night when district play begins for most area teams. In Manchester- West Delaware 45


High School Football Week #2 Preview

The West Delaware Hawks are getting ready for their week two meeting with Maquoketa tonight in Manchester. For the first time on Brown Field in front of the home crowd for the first in the season after a week one road win over Western Dubuque. The Hawks offense exploded and set the offensive total yards


Sherman’s Corn Maze Opens for the Season

Sherman’s Corn Maze opens for the season this weekend. The Sherman’s farm, which sits inside the Manchester city limits, has been a popular fall spot for area families for the past 35 years. Jackie Sherman, who owns and operates the farm with her husband, Dean, says this year’s corn maze has an old storybook theme.

HS Volleyball: West Delaware Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks volleyball team returns a wealth of experience and knowledge this season after a class 4A 45-3 runner-up team last year. Five starters are back to lead the way for 20th-year head coach Brett Mather. Coach Mather talks about the highlights from last season and how his team can build